Corbyn And McDonnell Exposed For Supporting Terrorists

by TR News

Ex-Labour MP Ian Austin representing Dudley North sets the house on fire, igniting the TRUTH. Corbyn and McDonnell EXPOSED for supporting terrorists.

Fresh Air In An Atmosphere Of Swamp Sewerage

Ian Austin is a “former” Labour MP who has become disaffected by the current Labour leadership turning a party he loved into a party of terrorist sympathies and racism.

Ian shocked the political foundations of his former party, a party he left on the 21st of February this year, by daring to stand up to IRA, Hamas and Hezbollah supporters Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell.

Regretting IRA Support?

Labour MP John McDonnell is the current shadow chancellor; he has praised the “bravery” of the IRA and went on record saying:

“The peace we have now is due to the action of the IRA. Because of the bravery of the IRA and people like Bobby Sands, we now have a peace process.”

You can find that HERE.

John McDonnell And Sinn Fein’s Gerry Kelly

John McDonnell And Sinn Fein’s Gerry Kelly

Jeremy Corbyn, also a supporter of the IRA, actually praised the IRA’s “Brighton Grand Hotel Bombing” which came very close to wiping out Margaret Thatchers Conservative cabinet. Jeremy’s support and sympathies for terrorists were so concerning that MI5 actually opened a file on him in the early 1990s. Yes, that’s right, the current leader of the Labour party was monitored because of his links to the IRA. Shouldn’t he also be investigated for his links to Hamas and Hezbollah as well, both are proscribed terrorist organisations after all?

You can read more about these things HERE and HERE.

Jeremy Corbyn And Gerry Adams

Jeremy Corbyn And Gerry Adams

Just imagine for a moment, two terrorist sympathising politicians gaining power in Parliament and leading Great Britain into what is supposed to be a “Post Brexit” era?

Make your votes count; Comrade Corbyn is not a friend of Great Britain, he never has been, he never will be.

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